2014 Pittsburgh Pirates season

The 2014 Pittsburgh Pirates season was the franchise's 128th season as a member of the National League, 133rd season overall, and 14th season at PNC Park. The regular season began with a win at home against the Chicago Cubs on March 31 and ended with a loss at Great American Ball Park against the Cincinnati Reds on September 28. The Pirates finished the regular season in second place for the second consecutive year in the National League Central Division with 88 wins and 74 losses.

2014 Pittsburgh Pirates
National League Wild Card
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record88–74 (.543)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Robert Nutting
General manager(s)Neal Huntington
Manager(s)Clint Hurdle
Local televisionRoot Sports Pittsburgh
Local radioKDKA-FM
Pittsburgh Pirates Radio Network
(Steve Blass, Greg Brown, Tim Neverett, Bob Walk, John Wehner)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The team clinched their second consecutive playoff berth with a victory on September 23. Also for the second consecutive season, however, the Pirates finished in second in their division behind the defending National League champion St. Louis Cardinals. The team secured one of two NL Wild Card spots, as well as home field advantage for the 2014 National League Wild Card Game. However, they lost the October 1 playoff game to the San Francisco Giants, thus eliminating them from the 2014 postseason.

Three members of the 2014 Pirates were selected to represent the National League in the All-Star Game. In addition, two Pirates players were named NL Player of the Month: Andrew McCutchen in June and Josh Harrison in August. During the 2014 season, the franchise season attendance record (2,435,867, set during PNC Park's inaugural 2001 season) was broken on September 21, the final home game of the season and 23rd sellout of the year (tying the franchise sellout record set in 2013). The new record stood at 2,442,564 until being broken in the 2015 season.[2]

Season standings

National League Central

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
St. Louis Cardinals 9072 0.556 51–30 39–42
Pittsburgh Pirates 8874 0.543 2 51–30 37–44
Milwaukee Brewers 8280 0.506 8 42–39 40–41
Cincinnati Reds 7686 0.469 14 44–37 32–49
Chicago Cubs 7389 0.451 17 41–40 32–49

National League playoff standings

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Washington Nationals 9666 0.593
Los Angeles Dodgers 9468 0.580
St. Louis Cardinals 9072 0.556


Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh Pirates 8874 0.543
San Francisco Giants 8874 0.543
Milwaukee Brewers 8280 0.506 6
New York Mets 7983 0.488 9
Atlanta Braves 7983 0.488 9
San Diego Padres 7785 0.475 11
Miami Marlins 7785 0.475 11
Cincinnati Reds 7686 0.469 12
Philadelphia Phillies 7389 0.451 15
Chicago Cubs 7389 0.451 15
Colorado Rockies 6696 0.407 22
Arizona Diamondbacks 6498 0.395 24

Record vs. opponents


Source: Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona3–35–23–49–104–153–43–42–42–43–412–76–131–51–67–13
Atlanta3–35–15–24–31–69–105–29–1011–83–43–41–52–411–87–13
Chicago2–51–58–115–23–44–211–85–23–35–143–42–49–103–49–11
Cincinnati4–32–511–83–43–44–310–92–43–312-71–55–27–123–36–14
Colorado10–93–42–54–36–133–41–63–43–32–410–910–91–51–57–13
Los Angeles15–46–14–34–313–63–31–54–23–42–512–710–94–32–411–9
Miami4–310–92–43–44–33–33–48–119–102–43–43–44–26–1313–7
Milwaukee4–32–58–119–106–15–14–34–33–412–73–32–47–122–411–9
New York4–210–92–54–24–32–411–83–413–63–43–31–64–34–1511–9
Philadelphia4–28–113–33–33–34–310–94–36–131–64–32–54–310–97–13
Pittsburgh4–34–314–57–124–25–24–27-124–36–13–34–28–113–411–9
San Diego7–124–34–35–19–107–124–33–33–33–43–310–93–43–49–11
San Francisco13–65–14–22–59–109–104–34–26–15–22–49–104–32–510–10
St. Louis5–14–210–912–75–13–42–412–73–43–411–84–33–45–28–12
Washington6–18–114–33–35–14–213–64–215–49–104–34–35–22–510–10

Detailed records

Regular season

Game log

2014 Game Log: 88–74 (Home: 51–30; Away: 37–44)[3]
March: 1–0 (Home: 1–0; Away: 0–0)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
1March 31Cubs1–0 (10)Morris (1–0)Villanueva (0–1)39,8331–0
April: 9–16 (Home: 5–8; Away: 4–8)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
2April 2Cubs4–3 (16)Pimentel (1–0)Villanueva (0–2)29,7622–0
3April 3Cubs2–3Hammel (1–0)Rodríguez (0–1)Strop (1)11,4182–1
4April 4Cardinals12–2Cole (1–0)Miller (0–1)23,3423–1
5April 5Cardinals1–6Kelly (1–0)Liriano (0–1)30,0923–2
6April 6Cardinals2–1Watson (1–0)Wainwright (1–1)Grilli (1)25,7044–2
7April 8@ Cubs7–6Watson (2–0)Strop (0–1)Grilli (2)26,1775–2
8April 9@ Cubs5–7Hammel (2–0)Rodríguez (0–2)28,2475–3
9April 10@ Cubs5–4Cole (2–0)Russell (0–1)Grilli (3)25,5026–3
10April 11@ Brewers2–4Peralta (1–0)Liriano (0–2)Rodríguez (3)27,4696–4
11April 12@ Brewers2–3Henderson (1–0)Melancon (0–1)Rodríguez (4)42,8286–5
12April 13@ Brewers1–4Lohse (2–1)Morton (0–1)Smith (1)32,1526–6
13April 14@ Reds8–7Morris (2–0)LeCure (0–1)Grilli (4)17,7567–6
14April 15@ Reds5–7Leake (2–1)Cole (2–1)Broxton (1)18,4627–7
15April 16@ Reds0–4Cueto (1–2)Liriano (0–3)16,8257–8
16April 17Brewers11–2Vólquez (1–0)Wooten (0–1)17,5848–8
17April 18Brewers3–5Lohse (3–1)Morton (0–2)Rodríguez (5)31,5648–9
18April 19Brewers7–8Henderson (2–0)Grilli (0–1)Rodríguez (6)32,4908–10
19April 20Brewers2–3 (14)Duke (1–0)Gómez (0–1)Rodríguez (7)21,7618–11
20April 21Reds6–5Hughes (1–0)Hoover (1–2)12,8649–11
21April 22Reds1–4Cueto (2–2)Vólquez (1–1)11,9269–12
22April 23Reds2–5Simón (3–1)Morton (0–3)Broxton (3)16,7059–13
23April 24Reds1–2Cingrani (2–2)Cumpton (0–1)Broxton (4)18,8969–14
24April 25@ Cardinals0–1Miller (2–2)Cole (2–2)Rosenthal (7)43,1939–15
25April 26@ Cardinals6–1Pimentel (2–0)Lyons (0–2)46,25410–15
26April 27@ Cardinals0–7Wainwright (5–1)Vólquez (1–2)41,98610–16
April 29@ OriolesPPD, RAIN; rescheduled for May 1
April 30@ OriolesPPD, RAIN; rescheduled for May 1
May: 15–14 (Home: 10–5; Away: 5–9)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
27May 1@ Orioles1–5Norris (2–2)Morton (0–4)Hunter (7)10–17
28May 1@ Orioles5–6 (10)Hunter (1–0)Pimentel (2–1)28,29010–18
29May 2Blue Jays6–5Melancon (1–1)Santos (0–2)24,54711–18
30May 3Blue Jays8–6Morris (3–0)Redmond (0–3)Melancon (1)31,43912–18
31May 4Blue Jays2–7McGowan (2–1)Vólquez (1–3)29,49612–19
32May 5Giants10–11 (13)Machi (5–0)Hughes (1–1)Romo (10)13,67512–20
33May 6Giants2–1Watson (3–0)Hudson (4–2)18,88113–20
34May 7Giants4–3Cole (3–2)Lincecum (2–2)Melancon (2)23,97514–20
35May 9Cardinals6–4Wilson (1–0)Martínez (0–2)Melancon (3)33,69615–20
36May 10Cardinals4–3Hughes (2–1)Lynn (4–2)Melancon (4)34,91416–20
37May 11Cardinals5–6Miller (5–2)Morton (0–5)Rosenthal (10)32,06516–21
38May 13@ Brewers2–5Estrada (3–1)Cole (3–3)Rodríguez (16)24,17616–22
39May 14@ Brewers4–1Watson (4–0)Rodríguez (1–1)Melancon (5)24,96217–22
40May 15@ Brewers3–4Wooten (1–1)Melancon (1–2)34,74317–23
May 16@ YankeesPPD, RAIN; rescheduled for May 18
41May 17@ Yankees1–7Phelps (1–0)Vólquez (1–4)47,35317–24
42May 18@ Yankees3–4Kuroda (3–3)Morton (0–6)Robertson (8)17–25
43May 18@ Yankees5–3Cole (4–3)Aceves (0–2)Melancon (6)46,85818–25
44May 20Orioles2–9González (2–3)Liriano (0–4)22,78718–26
45May 21Orioles9–8Morris (4–0)Webb (2–1)Melancon (7)19,36519–26
46May 22Nationals3–1Vólquez (2–4)Treinen (0–2)Melancon (8)23,46820–26
47May 23Nationals4–3Morton (1–6)Zimmerman (3–2)Grilli (5)31,59221–26
48May 24Nationals3–2Hughes (3–1)Strasburg (3–4)Melancon (9)38,88922–26
49May 25Nationals2–5Fister (2–1)Liriano (0–5)Soriano (11)38,04722–27
50May 26@ Mets5–3Watson (5–0)Valverde (1–1)Melancon (10)29,30923–27
51May 27@ Mets2–4Black (1–0)Gómez (0–2)Mejía (4)20,26323–28
52May 28@ Mets0–5Colón (4–5)Morton (1–7)Familia (1)34,83923–29
53May 29@ Dodgers6–3Cole (5–3)League (1–2)Grilli (6)39,64324–29
54May 30@ Dodgers2–1Liriano (1–5)Beckett (3–2)Grilli (7)47,50325–29
55May 31@ Dodgers2–12Ryu (6–2)Cumpton (0–2)Wright (1)49,45525–30
June: 17–10 (Home: 8–6; Away: 9–4)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
56June 1@ Dodgers5–3Vólquez (3–4)Greinke (8–2)Grilli (8)51,02026–30
57June 2@ Padres10–3Morton (2–7)Stauffer (2–2)18,87627–30
58June 3@ Padres4–1Cole (6–3)Hahn (0–1)Grilli (9)20,52028–30
59June 4@ Padres2–3Kennedy (5–6)Liriano (1–6)Street (18)17,92328–31
60June 6Brewers15–5Cumpton (1–2)Lohse (7–2)35,54429–31
61June 7Brewers3–9Garza (4–4)Vólquez (3–5)38,52529–32
62June 8Brewers0–1Gallardo (4–4)Locke (0–1)Rodríguez (19)35,00229–33
63June 9Cubs6–2Morton (3–7)Jackson (4–6)24,07530–33
64June 10Cubs3–7Wood (6–5)Sadler (0–1)31,56730–34
65June 11Cubs4–2Cumpton (2–2)Hammel (6–4)Grilli (10)20,54031–34
66June 12Cubs4–0Vólquez (4–5)Samardzija (2–6)25,43132–34
67June 13@ Marlins8–6 (13)Gómez (1–2)Dunn (5–4)19,05433–34
68June 14@ Marlins8–6Morton (4–7)Wolf (1–3)Grilli (11)21,19534–34
69June 15@ Marlins2–3 (10)Ramos (4–0)Hughes (3–2)25,95334–35
70June 17Reds5–6Ondrusek (2–2)Grilli (0–2)Chapman (12)23,56534–36
71June 18Reds4–11Simón (10–3)Vólquez (4–6)23,32934–37
72June 19Reds4–3 (12)Wilson (2–0)Cingrani (2–8)30,71035–37
73June 20@ Cubs3–6Jackson (5–7)Morton (4–8)Rondón (8)36,42335–38
74June 21@ Cubs5–3Worley (1–0)Wood (7–6)Melancon (11)36,56336–38
75June 22@ Cubs2–1Cumpton (3–2)Hammel (6–5)Melancon (12)33,57337–38
76June 23@ Rays8–1Vólquez (5–6)Cobb (2–6)13,17538–38
77June 24@ Rays6–5Locke (1–1)Archer (4–5)Melancon (13)14,68439–38
78June 25@ Rays1–5Price (6–7)Morton (4–9)23,76139–39
79June 26Mets5–2Worley (2–0)Matsuzaka (3–2)Melancon (14)36,64740–39
80June 27Mets3–2 (11)Hughes (4–2)Black (1–2)37,95241–39
81June 28Mets3–5Niese (5–4)Cole (6–4)Mejía (8)38,93041–40
82June 29Mets5–2Vólquez (6–6)Colón (8–6)Melancon (15)37,29042–40
July: 15–11 (Home: 10–2; Away: 5–9)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
83July 1Diamondbacks3–2Frieri (1–3)Reed (1–4)21,42643–40
84July 2Diamondbacks5–1Morton (5–9)Anderson (5–4)24,16144–40
85July 3Diamondbacks2–10McCarthy (3–10)Worley (2–1)27,47344–41
86July 4Phillies8–2Cole (7–4)Hernández (3–8)38,97745–41
87July 5Phillies3–2Vólquez (7–6)Buchanan (4–5)Melancon (16)37,82146–41
88July 6Phillies6–2Locke (2–1)Burnett (5–8)33,40847–41
89July 7@ Cardinals0–2Neshek (3–0)Wilson (2–1)42,44847–42
90July 8@ Cardinals4–5Rosenthal (1–4)Frieri (1–4)43,16247–43
91July 9@ Cardinals2–5Lynn (10–6)Cumpton (3–3)Rosenthal (27)43,94147–44
92July 10@ Cardinals9–1Vólquez (8–6)Miller (7–8)43,97448–44
93July 11@ Reds5–6Partch (1–0)Watson (5–1)Chapman (20)36,61348–45
94July 12@ Reds6–5 (11)Wilson (3–1)Hoover (1–7)Gómez (1)42,78949–45
95July 13@ Reds3–6Cueto (10–6)Liriano (1–7)Chapman (21)35,02249–46
July 1585th All-Star GameNational League vs. American League (Target Field, Minneapolis)
96July 18Rockies4–2Watson (6–1)Belisle (2–5)Melancon (17)37,83350–46
97July 19Rockies3–2 (11)Hughes (5–2)Bettis (0–2)37,39651–46
98July 20Rockies5–3Gómez (2–2)Belisle (2–6)Melancon (18)35,60952–46
99July 21Dodgers2–5Ryu (11–5)Vólquez (8–7)Jansen (29)28,25552–47
100July 22Dodgers12–7Worley (3–1)Maholm (1–5)30,62953–47
101July 23Dodgers6–1Liriano (2–7)Haren (8–8)30,78554–47
102July 25@ Rockies1–8Anderson (1–3)Morton (5–10)38,48754–48
103July 26@ Rockies1–8Matzek (2–4)Locke (2–2)44,61154–49
104July 27@ Rockies7–5Watson (7–1)Brothers (3–5)Melancon (19)40,38255–49
105July 28@ Giants5–0Worley (4–1)Bumgarner (12–8)41,79456–49
106July 29@ Giants3–1Liriano (3–7)Hudson (8–8)Melancon (20)42,24257–49
107July 30@ Giants5–7Machi (6–0)Wilson (3–2)Casilla (8)42,27257–50
108July 31@ Diamondbacks4–7Pérez (2–1)Locke (2–3)Reed (27)20,14557–51
August: 14–14 (Home: 10–7; Away: 4–7)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
109August 1@ Diamondbacks9–4Watson (8–1)Schultz (0–1)22,76658–51
110August 2@ Diamondbacks8–3Hughes (6–2)Ziegler (4–2)33,15159–51
111August 3@ Diamondbacks2–3 (10)Marshall (4–2)Melancon (1–3)26,91359–52
112August 5Marlins3–6Ramos (5–0)Hughes (6–3)26,73459–53
113August 6Marlins7–3Locke (3–3)Koehler (7–9)26,97660–53
114August 7Marlins7–2Vólquez (9–7)Flynn (0–1)29,03561–53
115August 8Padres2–1Worley (5–1)Kennedy (8–10)Melancon (21)38,08862–53
116August 9Padres1–2Stults (5–13)Liriano (3–8)Benoit (5)38,61462–54
117August 10Padres2–8Ross (11–10)Morton (5–11)38,03062–55
118August 11Tigers11–6Locke (4–3)Verlander (10–11)35,31463–55
119August 12Tigers4–2Vólquez (10–7)Ray (1–2)Melancon (22)34,91964–55
120August 13@ Tigers4–8Hardy (2–1)Worley (5–2)41,04364–56
121August 14@ Tigers2–5Scherzer (14–4)Liriano (3–9)41,98664–57
122August 15@ Nationals4–5Roark (12–7)Morton (5–12)Soriano (29)36,94564–58
123August 16@ Nationals3–4Thornton (1–0)Wilson (3–3)41,88064–59
124August 17@ Nationals5–6 (11)Detwiler (2–2)Cumpton (3–4)34,43064–60
125August 18Braves3–7Santana (13–6)Worley (5–3)31,66964–61
126August 19Braves3–11Harang (10–7)Liriano (3–10)27,03364–62
127August 20Braves3–2Melancon (2–3)Carpenter (4–3)26,58165–62
128August 22@ Brewers8–3Locke (5–3)Gallardo (8–7)37,43766–62
129August 23@ Brewers10–2Vólquez (11–7)Peralta (15–8)40,55767–62
130August 24@ Brewers3–4Fiers (4–1)Worley (5–4)Rodríguez (39)42,76167–63
131August 25Cardinals2–3Lackey (13–8)Hughes (6–4)Rosenthal (39)24,35267–64
132August 26Cardinals5–2Watson (9–1)Maness (5–3)Melancon (23)25,52168–64
133August 27Cardinals3–1Locke (6–3)Wainwright (15–9)Melancon (24)29,90569–64
134August 29Reds2–1Watson (10–1)Broxton (4–2)Melancon (25)37,20970–64
135August 30Reds3–2Worley (6–4)Simón (13–9)Melancon (26)38,02371–64
136August 31Reds2–3Cueto (16–8)Hughes (6–5)Chapman (29)37,59171–65
September: 17–9 (Home: 7–2; Away: 10–7)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
137September 1@ Cardinals4–5Maness (6–3)Cole (7–5)Rosenthal (41)43,34771–66
138September 2@ Cardinals4–6Wainwright (16–9)Locke (6–4)Neshek (5)43,69371–67
139September 3@ Cardinals0-1Rosenthal (2–6)Melancon (2–4)42,86471–68
140September 5@ Cubs5–3 (11)Melancon (3–4)Wright (0–3)Holdzkom (1)35,54172–68
141September 6@ Cubs5–0Liriano (4–10)Doubront (3–5)36,86773–68
142September 7@ Cubs10–4Cole (8–5)Wood (8–12)33,89474–68
143September 8@ Phillies6–4Locke (7–4)Kendrick (8–12)Melancon (27)23,14075–68
144September 9@ Phillies3–4De Fratus (3–1)Wilson (3–4)Papelbon (36)26,90075–69
145September 10@ Phillies6–3Worley (7–4)Williams (5–6)Melancon (28)25,31576–69
146September 11@ Phillies4–1Liriano (5–10)Burnett (8–16)Melancon (29)26,53577–69
147September 12Cubs7–3Cole (9–5)Wada (4–3)35,63878–69
148September 13Cubs4–6Doubront (4–5)Locke (7–5)Rondón (24)38,02478–70
149September 14Cubs7–3Vólquez (12–7)Turner (5–10)37,65579–70
150September 16Red Sox4–0Morton (6–12)Ranaudo (3–3)34,69880–70
151September 17Red Sox9–1Liriano (6–10)Buchholz (8–9)34,78581–70
152September 18Red Sox3–2Cole (10–5)Workman (1–10)Melancon (30)36,86282–70
153September 19Brewers4–2Holdzkom (1–0)Broxton (4–3)Melancon (31)37,97483–70
154September 20Brewers0–1Duke (5–1)Melancon (3–5)Rodríguez (43)39,02783–71
155September 21Brewers1–0Worley (8–4)Peralta (16–11)Watson (1)38,65084–71
156September 22@ Braves1–0Liriano (7–10)Harang (11–12)Melancon (32)20,25285–71
157September 23@ Braves3–2Cole (11–5)Wood (11–11)Watson (2)23,02986–71
158September 24@ Braves2–6Teherán (14–13)Locke (7–6)Kimbrel (45)25,45786–72
159September 25@ Braves10–1Vólquez (13–7)Hale (4–5)35,14087–72
160September 26@ Reds3–1Hughes (7–5)Villarreal (0–2)Melancon (33)35,61188–72
161September 27@ Reds6–10 (10)Axelrod (2–1)Axford (2–4)35,26888–73
162September 28@ Reds1–4Cueto (20–9)Watson (10–2)Chapman (36)34,42488–74
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Pirates team member

Postseason

Wild Card Game

  • October 1 – National League Wild Card game – The Pirates lost to the San Francisco Giants in the Wild Card Game.
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WP: Madison Bumgarner (1–0)   LP: Edinson Vólquez (0–1)
Home runs:
SF: Brandon Crawford (1)
PIT: None

Game log

2014 Postseason Game Log (0–1)
2014 NL Wild Card Game: vs. San Francisco Giants (0–1)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceSeries
1October 1Giants0–8Bumgarner (1–0)Vólquez (0–1)40,6290–1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Pirates team member

Roster

2014 Pittsburgh Pirates
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

  • 86 Heberto Andrade (bullpen catcher)
  • 28 Jeff Banister (bench)
  •  2 Jeff Branson (hitting)
  • 85 Dave Jauss (coach)
  •  7 Frank Kremblas (special assistant)
  • 16 Nick Leyva (third base)
  • 75 Jeff Livesey (coach)
  • 56 Euclides Rojas (bullpen)
  • 54 Ray Searage (pitching)
  • 41 Rick Sofield (first base)

Opening Day lineup

Disabled lists

Suspensions/fines

Transactions

The Pirates were involved in the following transactions during the 2014 season:

  • Black line marks the transition between off season and regular season
Legend
  • a – Invited to training camp

Notable achievements

Awards

Milestones

Statistics

Hitting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pitching

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Legend
  • Stats reflect time with the Pirates only.

– Denotes player was acquired during season.
– Denotes player was relinquished during season.

Hitting

Pitching

Draft picks

2014 Top 10 Rounds Draft Picks[40]
Rd # Player Pos DOB and Age School Signed
124Cole TuckerSS (1996-07-03)July 3, 1996 (aged 17)Mountain Pointe HS (AZ)6/12/2014
CB A39Connor JoeOF (1992-08-16)August 16, 1992 (aged 21)San Diego6/17/2014
264Mitch KellerRHP (1996-04-04)April 4, 1996 (aged 18)Xavier HS (IA)6/14/2014
CB B73Trey SupakRHP (1996-05-31)May 31, 1996 (aged 18)La Grange HS (TX)6/14/2014
3100Jordan LuplowRF (1993-09-26)September 26, 1993 (aged 20)Fresno State6/17/2014
4131Taylor GushueC (1993-12-19)December 19, 1993 (aged 20)Florida6/12/2014
5161Michael SuchyRF (1993-04-15)April 15, 1993 (aged 21)Florida Gulf Coast6/11/2014
6191Tyler EpplerRHP (1993-01-05)January 5, 1993 (aged 21)Sam Houston State6/11/2014
7221Nelson JorgeSS (1995-12-14)December 14, 1995 (aged 18)International Baseball Academy (PR)6/14/2014
8251Austin ColeyRHP (1992-07-14)July 14, 1992 (aged 21)Belmont6/12/2014
9281Kevin KrauseC (1992-11-23)November 23, 1992 (aged 21)Stony Brook6/17/2014
10311Alex McRaeRHP (1993-04-06)April 6, 1993 (aged 21)Jacksonville6/11/2014
Note
  • Age at time of draft.

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Indianapolis Indians International League Dean Treanor
AA Altoona Curve Eastern League Carlos García
A Bradenton Marauders Florida State League Tom Prince
A West Virginia Power South Atlantic League Michael Ryan
A-Short Season Jamestown Jammers New York–Penn League Brian Esposito
Rookie Bristol Pirates Appalachian League Edgar Varela
Rookie GCL Pirates Gulf Coast League Milver Reyes
Rookie DSL Pirates Dominican Summer League Mendy López

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